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Where Once They Sailed: Hodge's Cove sailor witnesses the Halifax explosion
When a boy 19 years of age signs his engagement papers with the Naval Reserve, his thoughts are of challenge, excitement, and adventure on the high seas. He expects to sail to foreign ports and countries that he could only dream about growing up ...
Where Once They Sailed: Sailor escorts secret cargo from Cape Town to Halifax
When Seaman Andrew Peddle of Hodge's received orders of his promotion from Seaman to Able Seaman and his deployment to the HMS Armadale at Cape Town, South Africa, he did not expect to be escorting a secret cargo. It was his only assignment ...
Where Once They Sailed: HMS Devonshire serves as home for sailor's naval career
James Langdon was born in Torbay on Oct 24, 1895 to Charles Edward and Charlotte Pippy of Blackhead. At the age of nine, he was adopted from an orphanage at St. John's by James and Naomi Drover of Hodge's Cove where they raised him as ...
Funds announced for expansion of Carbonear’s Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre
The Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre will be a transformed facility once upcoming expansion work is completed. Renovations planned for Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre include more spaceous dressing rooms. The provincial and federal ...
Pearl Cobb: Teacher by day and homesteader after hours
FLOYD SPRACKLIN SPECIAL TO THE LABRADORIAN From incubation to future layers. - PHOTO BY FLOYD SPRACKLIN Pearl Cobb has been teaching at Amos Comenius Memorial School in Hopedale for 28 years and is currently working with Grade ...
Shana Brown is Carbonear Kiwanis festival's first accordion-playing Rose Bowl winner
Those familiar with the Kiwanis Club of Carbonear’s annual music festival probably know the top prizes at the annual event —the Rose Bowls — usually go to singers or young musicians mastering an instrument commonly associated with ...
Further action needed at provincial level says Autism Involves Me co-founder
Although Port aux Basques has been celebrated as Canada’s most autism-friendly town, there’s much more to be done, according to Autism Involves Me (AIM) co-founder Joan Chaisson. The provincial government needs to take similar action ...
Weaving warmth and tradition: Newfoundland woman’s love of knitting has been a life-long passion
Take a glance at Dianne Sexton’s colourful collection of newly knitted mittens and it’s not surprising to learn she’s been working with wool for about 50 years. Sexton grew up in North West Brook, Trinity Bay, N.L. She started ...
All about helping the ‘Hound Dogs’: Elvis impersonator raises funds for N.L. SPCAs
While many may not know it, as he’s on stage crooning and hip-gyrating, but an Elvis impersonator coming to Newfoundland and Labrador is in it to provide some “tender” help furry friends of the province — from kittens and cats ...
Cross-country flight a bonding experience for central Newfoundland father and his son
Sharing a cockpit has created lasting memories between father and son. As navigator, Ladle Cove resident Jack Pinsent accompanied his son Danny on a cross-country flight – from Alberta to Newfoundland – after Danny purchased a Cessna ...